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Jose Aristimuno, former DNC Deputy press Secretary, collapses, what race, a new Quinnipiac poll in New Hampshire say about the state of the Democratic presidential.
Democrats’ strong desire for a candidate, the defeat of President Trump, Joe Biden, the racing edge in the nomination are, in the case of Hispanic voters to help both Biden and Bernie Sanders, a top trump in the hypothetical 2020 matchups.
That’s according to a Fox News poll of Nevada voters.
In the nomination contest, Biden, receives the support of 24 percent of Democratic caucusgoers, followed by Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, respectively, to 18 percent.
More Pete Buttigieg at 8 percent, Tom Steyer at 5 percent, Kamala Harris at 4 percent, Andrew Yang 3 percent and Tulsi Gabbard and Amy Klobuchar at 2 percent per piece. Cory Booker and Julian Castro each 1 per cent.
Biden (23 percent) and Warren (21 percent) received almost equal support from white caucusgoers, followed by Sanders (13 percent) and Buttigieg (12 percent).
The top picks among the Hispanics are Sanders (31 percent) and Biden (24 percent), with Warren a distant third (10 percent). Buttigieg receives 1 percent.
Self-identified liberals prefer Biden (25 percent) and Warren (25 percent) over Sanders (18 percent) and Buttigieg (10 percent). To beat the moderates and conservatives like Biden (24 percent) and Sanders (18 percent), without the other two digits.
Sanders is the clear choice for those under 45 years of age, while those in the 45 and go for Biden.
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Nomination of a candidate who can beat Trump (74 percent very important) is much more important that Nevada, the democratic voters as someone who shares their views on important issues (41 percent very important). Biden is the number one among these two groups.
Caucusgoers split 46-46 percent between the desire to be a candidate that builds on former President Obama’s legacy, and the one that a new and different approach. Legacy-voters go strongly for Biden, while those who give a new approach a slight edge to Sanders.
More Warren backers (67 percent) are extremely interested in the election than Biden (62 percent) and Sanders (47 percent).
On the other hand, Biden (70 percent) and Sanders (70 percent) have more “strong” as a supporter Warren (61 percent).
Nevada February 22 Democratic caucus is 100 days, soon after the elections in Iowa and New Hampshire.
Fifty-three percent of Nevada voters rate the economy positively, including 22 percent call it excellent. For comparison, the awarded 14 percent of voters nationally rate of the economy.
Meanwhile, 52%) lean (as approve (45 percent) of the job Trump does. His 45 percent approval in approximately corresponds to its 2016 share of votes, as Hillary Clinton won the Silver State 48-46 percent.
Women drive Trump’s job rating underwater: 38 percent approve and 60 percent disapprove of help. Men approve of 53-43 percent, in a 32-point gender gap.
Forty-three percent of Nevadans think Trump should be indicted and removed from office, 4 percent say accused, but not removed, and 46 percent against law enforcement as a whole.
The poll was conducted November 10-13, held one night after the House Intelligence Committee, in televised hearings of impeachment on Wednesday.
In spite of Trump the negative job rating, he remains competitive, possible match-UPS tested. Both Biden (47-40) and Sanders (47-40) have a 7-point lead over Trump (outside of the survey, the margin of error), and Warren is by 3 (44-41). Buttigieg and Trump tie at 41 percent. No candidate has 50 per cent and between 13 and 18 percent are undecided or would back a third party candidate.
Biden and Sanders is better against Trump, in large part because of the stronger support among the people and Hispanics. In the case of men trump bests Biden by 5 points, and Sanders by 4, but he leads Warren by 12 points. Hispanics choose Biden and Sanders about Trump, 26 points, while Warren’s is the advantage of 18 points.
“These results reinforce the idea that Nevada remains a battleground state,” says Republican pollster Daron Shaw, who conducts the Fox News poll with Democrat Chris Anderson. “But the state’s underlying demographic changes make it difficult for the Republicans.”
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Warren and Buttigieg are likely to be injured, some voters believe it is too early for a woman (17 percent) or a gay President (41 percent).
The majority of Nevada voters say that the country is ready to elect a female President (76 percent), a Jewish President (67 percent), and a Latino/Hispanic President (67 percent). Views of split 46-41 percent compared to the election of a gay or a lesbian.
Among Democrats, 83 percent of the United States feels it is ready to elect a President, 68 percent of Jewish leaders, 68 percent of Latino/Hispanic candidates, and 53 percent have a gay President.
While about two-thirds of the Republicans say, would choose the country a candidate of the women (66 percent), Jewish (67 percent) or Latino/Hispanic (65 percent), more than half think the country is not yet ready for a gay President (35 ja-against 51 no).
Performed November 10-13, 2019 under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), this Fox-News-poll interviews with 1,506 Nevada voters, spoke with a live Interviewer on both landlines and mobile phones. The respondents were randomly selected from a statewide voter file, and 627 of the potential participants in the Democratic caucus were reviewed, to identify. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points for all registered voters and plus or minus 4 points for the democratic caucusgoers.